Club members and friends enjoyed haggis, neaps and tatties at a Burns night supper on Friday 26th January. Ewan Cameron piped in the haggis and did a full address to the haggis. The traditional speeches were followed by singing of … Continued
The club participated in the annual Christmas Tree Festival at St Paul’s Church in Grange. This year’s theme was the Twelve Days of Christmas. President Mary Ann decorated the tree with cards depicting rthe Twelve Days of Christmas but also … Continued
Thirty attenders and voluinteers enjoyed a singing session and Christmas party at the final session of the year on 14rth December.
Members enjoyed good food, friendship and a News Quiz at the Christmas Party at the Hampsfield House Hotel. The club also welcomed 3 new linked members on the night
Members and guests enjoyed a fantastic Flower demonstration “The Magic of Christmas” at Ulverston Sports and Social Club. The evening was successfiul with beautiful Christmas arrangements demonstrated , then raffled in aid of Soroptimist Charities. An excellent buffet was enjoyed … Continued
4 members wrote letters of support to women in Egypt, China, Jamaica and Turkey who have suffered Human Rights abuses. Letters were also written to the authorities in those countries, bringing to their attention the plight and infringement of the … Continued
Members signed the petition from Handicap International calling on Governments to Stop Bombing Civilians. When cities are bombed during armed conflict 92% of the victims are civilians. The petition was shared on Facebook and Twitter.
On Nov 25th to mark UN Day for Elimination of Violence against Women Grange Soroptimists joined members of SI Blackpool, Blackburn and Garstang on a march organised by Preston Soroptimists in Preston Town Centre. The weather was appalling but we … Continued
At the North west England and Isle of Man Regional meeting club member Rosemary Hoyle was installed as Regional Vice President.
Ten members attended the SIGBI Conference and had a very interesting and sociable conference which ended in us wilnning the Best Practice Award in the Health Section for Singing for Memory. Well done to everyone , particularly Janice! We heard … Continued